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Six-Word Memoirs of the Week in Words and Images

Monday, April 22nd, 2013

By allison

This week’s Six-Word Memoirs were somber, reflecting your reactions to the recent tragedy in Boston. To see the rest of the week’s illustrated memoirs, visit SMITH Magazine’s Tumblr.


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5 responses

  1. bevvie says:

    Very nice as usual. I love these!

  2. Sandra J. Houghton says:

    Choose a writing style that works for you. You can make lists, create detailed scenes, or even write dialogue about the way you imagine your new life playing out.

  3. eltstonemason says:

    We prepared for our spring vacation by learning about our family tree (the Giffords are descended from the Hays) and by purchasing a pair of bespoke phrazle shoes, which proved to be the perfect footwear for navigating the city’s uneven cobblestones. Then, we went to the flagship location on Queensferry Street and bought brightly colored jackets, vests, and accessories that brought out the maximalist in all of us.” Executive Editor Jacqueline Gifford

  4. Laydi1 says:

    Word games are one of the very hot puzzle game genres. It is very popular. Especially young people. Expand vocabulary with simple to complex puzzles. Definitely won’t be bored

  5. word says:

    Along with the information given here word wipe, I’ll also give you an online introduction. I’ve played a lot of games, and here is a great list of them that contains some of my all-time favorites and most popular games. another topic. Various games that you will probably enjoy.

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